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Precision Soldering Iron and Hot Knife Tip

by X-Acto


Stainless steel construction with 30 watt heating capacity, provides rapid heat build-up and constant temperature maintenance up to 720 for improved accuracy during extended use. Easy-grip, heat-resistant plastic handle with no-roll flange for better safety in use. Includes hot knife tip attachment for rapid, accurate cuts through plastic, Styrofoam, candles. Also cleans surfaces of epoxy. UL approved. No. X73780

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Precision Soldering Iron and Hot Knife Tip

by X-Acto

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Antonio S. from New York, NY says:

I like the fact that it uses standard x-acto blades. Works good to cut nylon webbing. cools down fast so you can't doo too many cuts one after the other. Also the point where the plastic handle connects...[more]

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Rated by: Antonio S. in New York, NY
I like the fact that it uses standard x-acto blades. Works good to cut nylon webbing. cools down fast so you can't doo too many cuts one after the other. Also the point where the plastic handle connects to the iron has cut vents, this weakens the structure and after a while it bends. For the price a really good knife to neatly cut webbing for your tech diving harness. Good also for boat lines and such.
Rated by: linda(terri) g. in theodore, AL
this hot knife is the best thing to happend to me i can use it in allmost every thing i do. from my crafts to home decor and repair. now i can live without it
Rated by: Eric M. in Gt.Barrington, MA
I really put this knife to the test. I used to to cut through plastic on the tail lights of my car. A custom job well done!
Rated by: Julie C. in Anderson, IN
This is not the proper product to correct gel candles. It worked great the first time I used it then it wouldn't come back on at all after that.
Rated by: Jerry B. in Richmond, VA
Takes quite awhile to heat up. Once hot, the area below the blade is actually hotter than the blade itself. Makes it impossible to make percise cuts in styrofoam.

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